from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • See L'viv.


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  • Yes, I realize that L'vov now L'viv has had different names was it not Lemburg too under German control? as different powers governed it. NAME TABOOS.

  • Everyone has their own name for it if you're interested, look it up in recent LH post on city names - I'm sure there are at least half-a-dozen of them for L'vov NAME TABOOS.

  • We have old friends from L'vov who live in CA now, the wife's name at birth was StalIna, remnant of the times of "universal love to Great Leader" NAME TABOOS.

  • L'vov is such an old city, it had seen them all - Austrians, Russians, Germans, Poles, Ukranians... NAME TABOOS.

  • If you don't like his SF, have you ever tried Highcastle: A Remembrance Wysoki zamek, the book about his childhood in L'vov btwn 2 wars? RELAY TRANSLATION.


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